posted on Nov, 2 2008 @ 08:14 PM
reply to post by 12.21.12
Thanks for the links. I especially enjoyed the info relating to Navajo mythology.
I can't comment on the mural at DIA I have only been there once and was in a hurry we use Colorado Springs airport.
I can only say this is a strange place the locals talk of many things and then I read that first interview and it is creepy.
It's funny you mention Mt. Blanca one of North America's southern most glaciers sits atop that mountain there are many stories and legends about
that mountain. I know some Hindu Indians come to a place near here and pour milk on the rocks in a certain location. At least I believe they are
The only strangeness that occurs to me regarding that area is back in 1997 we saw some very strange things in the area of Mosca pass. It's not far
from where I live it is the back way into the Sand Dunes. It is 4-wheel drive in so far then you have to hike in the rest of the way.
I really don't know what to say concerning that first link something to consider. This is indeed a strange area Tesla did some work out east I have
read that HAARP had an underground facility somewhere in Colorado.
I feel something is going on underground here. We have suffered through bad droughts but never have local wells blown up neither have they all started
going dry at once as some are deeper than others. There has been seismic activity south of me in the canyons. We've had the sudden die off of our
pinons some easily 100 or more years old withstood all those years of extreme weather. We were told it was due to the drought and infestation.
I have a thread here at ATS I believe it was my first it was what brought me here. I saw an amber colored gyroscopic shaped beacon of sorts on top of
Mt. Greenhorn in 1997. It should not have been there I have been on that mountain and there was nothing there at that time. I still see that mountain
top every day and there is no light at the top of that mountain day or night. That was one of several things we saw that week. I can discount
Thanks so much for the links that first one was strange It talks of bloodlines although I was not raised here my father was and I live here now our
family goes back to the very beginnings I am part Navajo. My fathers family held a very large land grant which extended into New Mexico. The info you
provided is close to my roots and much appreciated. I have read the Aztecs referred to a land north they called "The Land of Color" possibly
I hope I have not gotten too off topic there is something strange going on in Colorado and it is comforting to know some of you are watching.